“Darwin Day” – February 12, 1809 was the birthday of Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin, and this year, we’ll join with many other congregations looking at some aspect of the life and work of Charles Darwin. We’ll take up in particular the widely circulated story that Darwin renounced evolution on his death bed and “died a Christian.” - ERS ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Darwin, darwin day, evolution, lincoln
A segment produced for The Media Squat with Douglas Rushkoff on WFMU 91.1 FM radio in Jersey City, NJ. Visit www.buzztwang.com for more info. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: michael jackson, internet, rushkoff, media, wfmu, social media
Join me again on my morning commute where we discuss some feedback, give you the wrong number for the call in line, pontificate on homesteading vs hobby farming, and talk about sharpening a chainsaw. Sorry about the road noise. This is the first recording using the portable recorder so I'm still tweaking the audio settings. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Hobby Farming, Beekeeping, Horses, Goats, Chickens
Peak Moment 141: Trathen Heckman takes us on a step-by-step tour of how to make a safe, ecological and legal suburban home graywater system. Follow the water as it drains from the bathroom tub (and sink and laundry) through a unique valve leading into the backyard garden. It flows into an optional wetland and underground pond for filtering. The water is then piped below ground to several destinations in the yard, where it will supply water for plants growing above it. Trathen discusses the... ( 1 reviews )
program 3024. featuring original 78 rpm recordings by Dorothy Loudon and the Honky Tonks, Merv Griffin with the Freddy Martin band, Count Basie, Doris Day & Johnnie Ray, Ray McKinley, Bea Grady, and the Todd Rhodes Orchestra. 21 min 04 sec. if you enjoy the show, please review it, thanks! if you enjoy the show, please review it, thanks! visit our website - http://knowston.yolasite.com/ ( 1 reviews ) Topics: 78 rpm recordings, broadcast, music programs, Dorothy Loudon and the Honky Tonks, Merv Griffin,...
As human beings, we are hardwired for storytelling. The motto of the Center for Digital Storytelling (www.storycenter.org) is “Listen deeply. Tell stories.” Unfortunately, students and teachers in schools today often feel too time-stressed to engage in digital storytelling. Yet these projects can provide ideal opportunities for students to acquire and demonstrate the literacy skills required to thrive in the 21st Century. This presentation, part of a full day workshop on digital... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: digital storytelling, education
WISC's Weather Guru Gary Cannalte is on the live line to talk about the devastating tornado that flattened most of Joplin, Missouri. Gary explains the science behind these super cells and whether this recent streak of tornadoes is uncommon. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Sly in the Morning, Joplin, Missouri, Tornado, Gary Cannalte, channel 3000, wisc, Madison,...
astonishing 'authorless' recording of a computer game in demo mode with wildly malfunctioning sound. "nox" posesses an incredible internal logic & impeccable sense of timing. human involvement in this recording is limited to the pressing of 'record'. record was press by andrew thomson, sometine in the year 2000. nox has been released in a couple of small cdr editions, the 1st featuring a unique collaged cover on each copy. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: glitch, generative music, electronic, field recordings, found sound, audio oddity, automatic music,...
As the Genocide escalates in Darfur, the In His Shoes mission turned its focus to more creative means of activism. This podcast is uniquely dedicated to the Darfur Genocide, but much more, it is about the faith and hope in the power of good. Here, Fr. Vazken guides the listener through an exercise in spiritual and moral warfare against evil. Complacency and indifference are constants that keep us from peace and harmony in our lives as well as on our planet. Martin King equates silence over... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Darfur, Genocide, In His Shoes, moral imperative, action, faith, rally, Armenian Church
LibriVox recording of My First Summer in the Sierra, by John Muir. Read by Adrian Praetzellis. The journal of nature-lover John Muir who spent the summer of 1869 walking California’s Sierra Nevada range. From French Bar to Mono Lake and the Yosemite Valley, Muir was awestruck by everything he saw. The antics of the smallest “insect people” amazed him as much as stunted thousand-year old Juniper trees growing with inconceivable tenacity from tiny cracks in the stone. Muir spent the rest of... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: librivox, audiobook, nature, travel, memoir, John Muir, Sierra Nevada Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Music taken from the album "The Ambient Baby" - available for free download at Kazoomzoom.com "Clouds" images courtesy of NASA Also visit Happy Puppy Records ( 1 reviews ) Topics: ambient, baby, space, clouds